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Nov 16, 2018 Marvel Magazines
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Vintage graphic story magazine
Topics: Frazetta, Stan Lee, Rick Vietch, James Starlin, Wendi Pini, Archie Goodwin, Science Fiction,...
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Feb 1, 2018 Peter-David Smith AKA Speculativism
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Sound Art experiments by Speculativism (Peter-David Smith)
Topics: Sound Art, Audio Art, Experimental, Multi Genre Busting, Mistaken Music, Glitch
Community Audio
Feb 1, 2018 Peter-David Smith
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Speculativism AKA Peter-David Smith voice acting examples/audio notepad.
Topics: voice acting, audio art
Community Audio
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Peter-David Smith does "Sound Art" - in other words, making art from sounds, approaching the arrangement of sounds from a fine art background, putting sounds together in the manner of a collage, a painting, a sculpture as opposed to music per se.
Topics: Experimental, Sound Art, Guitar, Synth, Voice, Noises, Soundscapes, Dada, Fluxus
Community Audio
Apr 12, 2017 Speculativism
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Sound Art by Peter David Smith AKA Speculativism
Topics: Sound Art, Experimental, Audio, Sound, Art
Community Video
Oct 27, 2016 Peter-David Smith
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The abstraction of narrative into choreography. A clip from Fritz Lang's Metropolis. Movements within the narrative abstracted into choreography.
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Topics: choreography, music, abstraction, fritz lang, speculativism, peter-david smith, magix music maker...
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Jun 12, 2016 Peter David Smith
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Audio art experiments by Speculativism - Peter David Smith
Topics: Sound Art, Audio Art, Music, Speculativism
The Magazine Rack
Mar 1, 2016 Harvey Kurtzman
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The humour magazine Harvey Kurtzman created after "Trump" and before "HELP!".
Topics: Harvey Kurtzman, mad, humor, humour, help!, 1950s, magazine_rack, additional_collections
The Magazine Rack
Mar 1, 2016 Harvey Kurtzman
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The humour magazine Harvey Kurtzman created when he left Mad Magazine. Only ran to two issues. Kurtzman created his next magazine "Humbug" later in the same year of 1957.
Topics: Harvey Kurtzman, humor, humour, mad, help!, magazine, magazine_rack, additional_collections, 1950s
The Magazine Rack
Mar 1, 2016 Warren Publishing
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Issues of Warren's Help! magazine from the 1960s.
Topics: warrenpublishing, magazine_rack, additional_collections, harvey kurtzman, humor, 1960s, magazine,...
The Magazine Rack
Aug 20, 2015
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Published February 1984
Topics: Finding God in an atom, Weird Lab Animals, Olympics 2084, Taping Alternate Universes
Wayland-P Favorites
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Feb 5, 2015
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Wayland-P Favorites
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Dec 18, 2014
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This is a video titled 'The Four Horsemen'.
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Dec 18, 2014
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Alien life might process information in a completely different way to carbon-based terrestrial brains.
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Dec 14, 2014
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The continuing quest for the "painterliness" of video art. This video was made in Google Sketchup. The soundtrack was made in VSThost with several different plugins.
Community Audio
Dec 11, 2014 Peter-David Smith (Speculativism)
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Experiments in audio art and music.
Topics: apskaft, music, sound art, audio art, experimental, art, cyborg jazz, speculativism
Community Texts
Oct 28, 2013 Peter-David Smith (Speculativism)
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"How I Came to Be" is a novel by Peter-David Smith This item is currently being updated by the author.
Topics: novel, 20th Century, religion, cults, history, reportage, mysticism, satire, genealogy
Community Texts
Jul 29, 2013 Peter-David Smith (Speculativism)
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The Way of the Muses - Book One - Creation
Topics: Creation Stories, Dada, Religion, Spirit, Philosophy
Comic Books and Graphic Novels
Feb 13, 2013
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A collection of the adventures of Spacehawk, a comic book character written and drawn by Basil Wolverton.
Topics: comics, comic, 1940s, Basil Wolverton
Comic Books and Graphic Novels
Feb 13, 2013
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A collection of Basil Wolverton's feature: Culture Corner
Topics: Basil Wolverton, comics, comic
Comic Books and Graphic Novels
Feb 13, 2013
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Collected Scoop Scuttle comics
Topics: Basil Wolverton, comics, comic
Community Audio
Feb 3, 2013 Peter-David Smith
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Weird sound art by Peter-David Smith AKA Speculativism
Topics: sound art, art, audio art, audio, sound, speculativism, apskaft, british, non-music
Newspapers
Dec 31, 2012 International Times
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British Underground Newspaper of the Beatnik/Hippy/Freak Scene era
Topics: Anarchist, Punk, Hippy, Freak scene, Underground, UK Underground, Poetry, Art, Beatnik, Beat...
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Dec 31, 2012 International Times
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British Underground Newspaper of the Beatnik/Hippy/Freak Scene era
Topics: Anarchist, Punk, Hippy, Freak scene, Underground, UK Underground, Poetry, Art, Beatnik, Beat...
Zines
Dec 31, 2012 International Times
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British and International Anarchist Newspaper from 1994
Topics: Anarchist, Utopian, Punk, Hippy, Freak scene, Underground, UK Underground, Poetry, Art, Beatnik,...
The Pulp Magazine Archive
Dec 28, 2012
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American pulp science fiction magazine
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Topics: pulp, science fiction, american, 1930s, magazine
The Pulp Magazine Archive
Dec 27, 2012
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American pulp science fiction magazine of the 1930s
Topics: pulp, science fiction, american, 1930s, magazine
Comic Books and Graphic Novels
Dec 5, 2012
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Comic Cuts 0001 [1890-05-17]
Topics: humour, 19th Century, history, popular culture, cartoons, jokes, magazine, comics
Newspapers
Oct 3, 2012 International Times
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British Underground Newspaper of the Beatnik/Hippy/Freak Scene era
Topics: Anarchist, Hippy, Freak scene, Underground, UK Underground, Poetry, Art, Beatnik, Beat Generation,...
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Jun 25, 2012 International Times
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British Underground Newspaper of the Beatnik/Hippy/Freak Scene era
Topics: Anarchist, Hippy, Freak scene, Underground, UK Underground, Poetry, Art, Beatnik, Beat Generation,...
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Jun 18, 2012 International Times
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British Underground Newspaper of the Beatnik/Hippy/Freak Scene era. The early forerunner of International Times.
Topics: Hippy, Freak scene, Underground, UK Underground, Poetry, Art, Beatnik, Beat Generation, 1960s...
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Jun 14, 2012 International Times
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British Underground Newspaper of the Beatnik/Hippy/Freak Scene era
Topics: Anarchist, Hippy, Freak scene, Underground, UK Underground, Poetry, Art, Beatnik, Beat Generation,...
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Jun 2, 2012 International Times
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British Underground Newspaper of the Beatnik/Hippy/Freak Scene era
Topics: Anarchist, Hippy, Freak scene, Underground, UK Underground, Poetry, Art, Beatnik, Beat Generation,...
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May 30, 2012 International Times
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British Underground Newspaper of the Beatnik/Hippy/Freak Scene era
Topics: Anarchist, Hippy, Freak scene, Underground, UK Underground, Poetry, Art, Beatnik, Beat Generation,...
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Mar 17, 2012 Peter-David Smith
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The Soundtrack from the movie "Riffing on Stanley Kubrick's 2001: A Space Odyssey". Made with VSThost, DSK ChoirZ, Emily the Strange and Audacity. The movie is here: http://www.archive.org/details/RiffingOnStanleyKubricks2001ASpaceOdyssey
Topics: space, music, science fiction, scifi, surrealism, animation, 3d models, daz studio, bryce, carrara,...
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Mar 16, 2012 Peter-David Smith
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Art Bop. The idea is to create movies that work same way jazz works. Inspired by other movies. Make visual riffs while creating new stuff in the same idiom. Put a new little twist to the theme. To scat and riff in a similar way visually. Soundtrack inspired by György Ligeti. Thanks to rwhite at sharecg and Jack at Celestia Motherlode whose models I used and to Shukky who created the spacesuit. See the credits at the end of the movie for the software used. The soundtrack is here:...
Topics: space, music, science fiction, scifi, surrealism, animation, 3d models, daz studio, bryce, carrara,...
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Mar 8, 2012 Thea Von Harbou - Fritz Lang - Peter-David Smith
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Metropolis - Fritz Lang's film with a new soundtrack by Peter-David Smith. Of about seven billion people on the planet, one made an effort to create a new soundtrack for Metropolis. One person, working alone and without any funding, used a home PC and an electric guitar to create the audio and match it to scenes in the movie. Not only that but it's available for free download. This is an example of interactive web culture. Years ago it would've required an organisation like the BBC to rework...
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Topics: Speculativism, Peter-David Smith, Cyborg Jazz, Speculative Art
Newspapers
Oct 18, 2011 International Times
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British Underground Newspaper of the Beatnik/Hippy/Freak Scene era
Topics: Anarchist, Hippy, Freak scene, Underground, UK Underground, Poetry, Art, Beatnik, Beat Generation,...
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Oct 11, 2011 Cory Doctorow remixed by Speculativism
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A remix of Cory Doctorow singing "The Mock Turtle's Song" (also known as "The Lobster Quadrille") from Alice in Wonderland. This track from the album is under a different copyright than the rest of the album and the way Internet Archive is currently structured means I needed to upload it separately. The rest of the album is at: http://www.archive.org/details/AnAlternativeSteamAge This track is under a Creative Commons Attribution licence. As long as you attribute the singing...
Topics: Steampunk, Victoriana, Speculativism, Cory Doctorow, Lewis Carroll, Alice in Wonderland
Newspapers
Sep 10, 2011 International Times
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British Underground Newspaper of the Beatnik/Hippy/Freak Scene era
Topics: Anarchist, Hippy, Freak scene, Underground, UK Underground, Poetry, Art, Beatnik, Beat Generation,...
Community Video
Aug 13, 2011 Peter-David Smith (Speculativism)
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The video clips come from the Open University and are under a Share Alike licence. I put them together in a style originated by Godfrey Reggio. "Life in a Blender" probably translates into the Hopi language as "coyinacatsuit" or something. The music is the title track from my album "Hergest Bells" which I made as an experiment in Mike Oldfield-ism.
Topics: music, art, speculative, speculative art, peter-david smith, speculativism, open university,...
Community Audio
Jun 19, 2011 Peter-David Smith AKA Speculativism
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Sound art. Almost Music.
Topics: speculativism, apskaft, dada, fluxus, speculative art, experimental, sound art, audio art, noise
Community Audio
May 5, 2011 Peter-David Smith (Speculativism)
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16 tracks, experimental progressive music/sound art.
Topics: fluxus, fusion, dada, speculative art
Community Audio
Mar 18, 2011 Speculativism (Peter-David Smith)
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Sound art which is almost, but not quite, music as we know it.
Topics: sound art, not music, audio art, binaural beats, folk, folk songs, jazz, experimental
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Jan 22, 2011 Speculativism (Peter-David Smith)
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I'm building this album up one track at a time. More tracks will follow. The tracks are made from a combination of original electric guitar and synth pieces together with spoken word pieces which I wrote for a blog called "My Subversions".
Topics: experimental, music, sound art, spoken word, speculativism, speculative art, art
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Nov 30, 2010 Speculativism (Peter-David Smith)
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Inspired by T. S. Eliot, Terry Riley, Steve Reich and The Who, this album is a blending of rock, jazz and minimalist elements around a glitch electronica interpretation of "The Burial of The Dead" - Part One from T. S. Eliot's epic poem, "The Wasteland".
Topics: experimental, sound art, audio art, music, eliott, t.s. eliott, the who, terry riley, steve reich,...
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Sep 16, 2010 Speculativism (Peter-David Smith)
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Imagine sound art as a landscape. Music is one location in that landscape. Speculativism explores the neighbouring locations on that landscape, next to music, around music, near or far in relation to music. All the tracks are art which has some relation to music but not necessarily conforming to any of the rules usually imposed upon music. Here you will find noise, comedy, Dada, experimentation and satire. Speculativism is Peter-David Smith, a UK-based artist. In the 1960s he went to a rotten,...
Topics: soundart, sound art, audio art, algorithm, algorithm jazz, alternative, underground, ambient,...
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Sep 16, 2010 Speculativism (Peter-David Smith) - Cyborg Jazz
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12 Paintings as Heard by the Eyes of the Cyborgs These works are explorations of the automatic creation of music by software. Here there are 12 pieces of music created by a process in which a human being sets the parameters for the software to do itâs work and then afterward makes changes to the music based on more human, emotional values. So the musical end result is a mixture of a human being and a robotic programme. I call the result Cyborg Jazz. The software is the brilliant Kenji...
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Topics: third stream, 3rd stream, prog, progressive, fusion, jazz, rock, jazzrock, prog rock, progressive...
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Sep 15, 2010 Speculativism (Peter-David Smith)
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Sound art which resembles music. See the Movie of this album at The Internet Archive: http://www.archive.org/details/NowThatsWhatIMistakenlyCallMusic-VolumeThree All the tracks came from electric guitar as source. With some I simply recorded the guitar. With other tracks I put the guitar imput through midi instruments and VST filters to make very different sounds. Track Five, “Something Strange Happened”, is made from Tracks Two, Three and Track Four superimposed upon each other. Track Six,...
Topics: sound art, art, sound, audio, speculative, Now That's What I Mistakenly Call Music
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Sep 15, 2010 Speculativism (Peter-David Smith) - Cyborg Jazz
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"Cyborg Jazz" designates musical works created by the cyborg hybrid of Peter-David Smith and various robotic software programmes, in this case: "Poodles and Flan" coded by Paul Whalley. The method used: First Peter-David Smith (a human) makes some decisions about the shape of the music, then a robotic programme carries out instructions and creates a midi file, then the human makes some changes and records the music through various VST instruments and effects, adds some...
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Topics: third stream, 3rd stream, prog, progressive, fusion, jazz, rock, jazzrock, prog rock, progressive...
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Sep 15, 2010 Speculativism (Peter-David Smith)
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My dad arrived in Liverpool, England in 1940, from Canada. He was a Scottish Canadian merchant seaman stoking the ship's boilers below decks as the ship was attacked by German submarines and aircraft. The ship, named Europa, brought the Canadian Army to Britain to fight in World War II. When the ship was sunk in Brocklebank Docks my dad signed up as a Canadian soldier and was sent to the army base at Aldershot. After the war he worked as boiler stoker in a hospital boiler room. I was born in...
Topics: experimental, weird, new weird world, prog, dada, fluxus, surrealism, art rock, art jazz, not folk,...
Community Video
Sep 11, 2010 Speculativism (Peter-David Smith)
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The video of the pop hit "Number One" by Speculativism (AKA Peter-David Smith), The album is in archive and available for free download from: http://www.archive.org/details/TheSleepwalkers
Topics: pop, music, pop music, art
Community Audio
Sep 10, 2010 Speculativism (Peter-David Smith)
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Pop music album by Speculativism (AKA Peter-David Smith) - Creative Commons licence; 3.0 Attribution / Non-Commercial / No derivatives. the video for "Number One" is in the archive at: http://www.archive.org/details/NumberOneBySpeculativism
Topics: pop, music, pop music, art
Community Audio
Aug 19, 2010
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This is only a little clip to illustrate where The Beatles got their ideas. Humphrey Lyttleton's "Bad Penny Blues" is juxtaposed with The Beatles "Come Together". The Beatles track usually runs at 85 BPM but here it is accelerated to "Bad Penny Blues'" 100 BPM to make the rip off easier to hear.
Topics: Beatles, music, Humphrey Lyttleton, Bad Penny Blues, Come Together, musicology
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Jul 15, 2010
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If a mafia or CIA hitman shot you through the back of head how long would you continue kicking? How long would your heart continue to beat? What if you were a cow? Do people ever tell the truth on this planet?
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Jul 11, 2010 Speculativism (Peter-David Smith)
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My dad arrived in Liverpool, England in 1940, from Canada. He was a Scottish Canadian merchant seaman stoking the ship's boilers below decks as the ship was attacked by German submarines and aircraft. The ship, named Europa, brought the Canadian Army to Britain to fight in World War II. When the ship was sunk in Brocklebank Docks my dad signed up as a Canadian soldier and was sent to the army base at Aldershot. After the war he worked as boiler stoker in a hospital boiler room. I was born in...
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Topics: experimental, weird, new weird world, prog, dada, fluxus, surrealism, art rock, art jazz, not folk,...
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May 31, 2010 Speculativism (Peter-David Smith)
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Horror movie with remixed video and sound.
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Topics: speculative art, dada, fluxus, horror, surrealism, dreams, nightmares, expressionism, remix
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Mar 6, 2010 ESPC
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Images of crimes against humanity. Locations: Germany, Israel, Palestine.
Topics: war crimes, holocaust, germany, israel, palestine
Community Video
Feb 14, 2010 Speculativism (Peter-David Smith)
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The full length movie of of the album by Speculativism (Peter-David Smith).
Topics: music, psychedelic, dada, surrealism, fluxus, pataphysics, boksterism, speculative art, Now That's...
Community Audio
Dec 22, 2009 Peter-David Smith, Speculativism
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The strange and experimental music and sound art of Peter-David Smith, AKA Speculativism.
Topics: satire, dada, fluxus, surrealism, sound art, pataphysics, bokster, experimental, speculative art,...
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Dec 22, 2009 Peter-David Smith, Speculativism
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The strange experimental music and sound art of Peter-David Smith, AKA Speculativism.
Topics: satire, dada, fluxus, surrealism, sound art, pataphysics, bokster, experimental, speculative art,...
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Dec 22, 2009 Peter-David Smith, Speculativism
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The experimental music and sound art of Peter-David Smith, AKA Speculativism.
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Topics: satire, dada, fluxus, surrealism, sound art, pataphysics, bokster, experimental, speculative art,...
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Dec 22, 2009 Peter-David Smith, Speculativism
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The music and sound art of Peter-David Smith, AKA Speculativism.
Topics: satire, dada, fluxus, surrealism, sound art, pataphysics, bokster, experimental, speculative art,...
Community Audio
Jul 4, 2009 Peter-David Smith aka Speculativism
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A cover of the classic Miles Davis album in a glitch electronica style.
Topics: speculativism, speculative art, dada, fluxus, pataphysics, glitch electronica, surrealism, miles...
Community Video
Jul 3, 2009 Peter-David Smith
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An abuse of technology.
Topics: pataphysics, dada, surrealism, fluxus, scifi, science fiction, speculativism, speculative art
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Jul 3, 2009
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This is a video titled 'abstractions'.
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Jul 3, 2009
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This is a video titled 'Misappropriations'. An abuse of technology.
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Jul 3, 2009
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Scratching on YouTube with a screencapture programme.
Community Audio
Jun 26, 2009 Speculativism
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Experimental music, noise and soundscapes.
Topics: experimental, music, noise, soundscapes
Community Audio
Jun 25, 2009 Speculativism
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Experimental music, noise and soundscapes.
Topics: experimental, music, noise, soundscapes
blip.tv
Mar 1, 2009
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Alien life might process information in a completely different way to carbon-based terrestrial brains.
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Mar 1, 2009
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Shocking news about bees and zeppelins. Caution! This may cause us to rush headlong into the 19th Century! But of which world?
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Mar 1, 2009
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A video exploring the meaning of maze and tree, time and technology.Video made with Antics, Bryce, VDUB, Debugmode Wax, Audacity, VSThost, MiniVurt, Elefont and DeepPaint.
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Mar 1, 2009
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This is an experiment in deliberately mismatching the soundtrack and the visuals. The video is simple, straightforward raw footage of cycling along the canal bank in Exeter. The soundtrack has perhaps a sinister quality which doesn't match the video. See what happens as the soundtrack influences your experience of the visual and the innocent video images influence your experience of the soundtrack.
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Mar 1, 2009
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Music made in VSThost with lots of plugins and in Audacity and VDUB. Video made in VisualJockey SP1 Gold and VDUB.
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Mar 1, 2009
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Music made in VSThost with lots of plugins and in Audacity and VDUB. Video made in VisualJockey SP1 Gold and VDUB.
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Mar 1, 2009
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Abstracted video from Exeter, Devon, Uk.
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Feb 25, 2009
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This is a video titled 'Painting-N'. Abstract animation.
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Feb 25, 2009
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This is a video titled 'Painting-Z'. Abstract animation.
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Dec 6, 2008
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Video made by a sort of video silkscreenlike printmaking process. Images printed (using VisualJockey SP1) over the underlying video (made with Bryce 5.5, VDub and Particle Illusion), soundtrack made with VSThost, Audacity, Hammerhead and WaveToMidi. The VisualJockey layer synchronised with the sound. The titles added in Windows Movie Maker.
blip.tv
Dec 6, 2008
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If you were a big face on Mars what would you be watching?
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Dec 6, 2008
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Glitch cosmology in the YoYo universe.
blip.tv
Nov 25, 2008
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Music made with Tobybear's Screamer and Hammerhead (put together in VSThost) then run through a Sonique plugin called Jazz and then various processes applied over that using VisualJockey SP1. The Jazz plugin is one of the great visualisation plugins, creating an effect similar to pressing on closed eyelids and then graphically extrapolated. I've taken that extrapolation a little further.
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Nov 25, 2008
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Music made with Tobybear's Screamer and Hammerhead (put together in VSThost) then run through a Sonique plugin called Cosmic Belt and then various processes applied over that using VisualJockey SP1.
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Nov 16, 2008
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This is a video titled 'Telepathic Dream Sculptures'. A non-narrative speculation.
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Nov 16, 2008
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This is a video titled 'Deconstructing Yygdrasil'. A Non-narrative speculation.
Community Audio
Oct 18, 2008 Peter-David Smith
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Sound art constructed so as to vaguely resemble music without actually being music. Knowledge may be power but understanding is strength.
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Oct 17, 2008 Peter-David Smith
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Volume Two. It gets even weirder...
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Sep 6, 2008
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There's a theory that all possible versions of history exist in quantum parallel universes. If the Americans hadn't bombed Hiroshima a different world would've resulted. The Soviet Union was poised to invade Japan...
blip.tv
Sep 6, 2008
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Time-based abstraction of H.R. Giger's alien creature.
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Sep 6, 2008
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Animated painting made in Bryce 5.5.Soundtrack made in VSThost and Audacity.
blip.tv
Sep 6, 2008
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This is a video titled 'Joshua Tree in Space'. Part of the Yygdrasil sequence.
blip.tv
Jun 27, 2008
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Superman's pal Lop Lop flies erratically through the Jazz dimensions.
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Jun 27, 2008
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Kaled-Dalek Mutant as travel machine as Douglas Gordonas Kurt Cobain as Andy Warhol as Myra Hindley as Marilyn Monroe.A response to Barbican Centre's "Martian Museum of Terrestrial Art" Exhibition.
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Jun 27, 2008
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Inspired by the work of Marcel Duchamp in one of the Jazz Dimensions.
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Jun 27, 2008
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A movie about bodyshape, fat and thin, personal identity and dreams.The dream of flying, the dream of shapechanging, tropes of fantasy and personal myth addressing issues of dissatisfaction with our material being.The title comes from a series of freeform poems I've written from the 1980s up to the present day. "Blockworld", "Blockland", "The Land of Block" are all from the writings which were inspired by experiencing "writers' block" or a reasonable...
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Jun 26, 2008
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Bald Swat Team Blast Mead WatPolicing the Jazz Universe.
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Jun 26, 2008
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Ever since childhood I loved philosophy, religion and speculation about the nature of the universe and our place in it. I have also loved speculative fiction and the visual arts. Comic books have a special place in my heart. A large percentage of them are dreadful, horrible things full of ghastly super-creatures fighting each other for very little reason but the artform itself is excellent, combining visual language with the written word and making your brain read both simultaneously while...
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Windows has a speech recognition programme. It types what I say to it... as long as it succeeds in recognising my words. If it can't recognise the words it makes a guess. As an experiment I tried talking complete gibberish and scat singing at it. At the same time I recorded my voice. In this video you can hear my voice and see on the screen what Windows tried to make of it.
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Apr 8, 2008
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Just on the other side of the wall from the garden of quiet meditation and reflection is a road used by big 18-wheeler trucking.